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A.S. Norton letter

Mss 811680
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 811680
Scope and Contents Three-page letter from A.S. Norton in Paris, New York to Jedidiah Morse informing him that he has investigated the affair of John Sergeant's orchard and finds that he obtained in by entirely honest means.

J. Morse letter

Mss 815202
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 815202
Overview In English.

J. Morse letter

Mss 816164
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 816164
Overview In English.

J. Wheelock letter

Mss 813680
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 813680
Scope and Contents Two-page letter from J. Wheelock in Hanover to Jedidiah Morse informing him that he will get more Indian boys for the school. (much crossed out almost illegible)

James A. Woodward letter

Mss 817170.2
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 817170.2
Overview In English.

Jedh. Morse letter

Mss 795460
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 795460
Scope and Contents Three page letter from Jedh. Morse of Charlestown to J. Wheelock informing him that he is getting out a new edition of his geography, and would like information about Dartmouth College.

Jedidiah Morse report

Mss 817213
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 817213
Overview In English.

Jedidiah Morse resolution

Mss 817213.2
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 817213.2
Overview In English.

Jedidiah Morse vote

Mss 811419
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 811419
Scope and Contents Jedidiah Morse copy of the vote of the Board January 17, 1811, asking President Wheelock to furnish information relative to the conduct of the Indian youths educated in Moor's school.

John Kemp letter

Mss 804175
 Collection
Identifier: Mss 804175
Scope and Contents Ten-page letter from Jon Kemp in Edinburgh to Jedidiah Morse discussing a new religious paper, the Monitor, his distrust of Wheelock, who is a money-getier, his high opinion of young Lowell (Chas., father of J.R.) who is to meet his brother in London, and then go home as well as The Louisiana Purchase and emigration from Scotland and the expected invasion from France.